Find a cosmetic dentist in Bath
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Bath is of the premier cities of South West England, located in close proximity to Bristol, which is 13 miles to the North West, and close to Gloucester. The Post Code districts BA1 and BA2 apply to the City. Bath does not have a dental school but Bristol, 13 miles away, has one, the School of Oral and Dental Sciences at the University of Bristol. At the last census it was reckoned that 83,992 people live in Bath.
Your oral health is something you should always try and maintain, as it can affect you in so many different ways. To ensure that you are in the best of health it is recommended that you pay a visit to your dental professional every 6 months. Whilst you are there, your dentist may spot developing problems that they can treat in a number of ways such as fillings, root canal surgery and intensive cleaning.
Keeping on top of problems before they develop can help prevent serious conditions such as gum disease, tooth decay and tooth loss. If, however, you have suffered tooth loss and are looking for a natural looking replacement for your missing teeth, then your cosmetic dentist can provide you with a number of options. These can include dentures, implants, crowns and bridges, which will make your smile whole again.
If you are in need of orthodontic treatment your cosmetic dentist can provide you with a great range of the newest treatments. The best and most advanced brace systems now available include Incognito, Invisalign, Inman aligners, 6-month smiles and Damon braces. A number of these are discreet, undetectable braces, which will leave you with beautiful, straight teeth without the discomfort and embarrassment of traditional, fixed braces.
Many people in the UK suffer from dental phobia, which can have a negative effect on your oral health. It is important that you pay regular visits to the dentist, but it is also understandable that you may sometimes be fearful, but rest assured that many dental professionals are specially trained to help and support dental phobic patients. Search online for those with positive recommendations and high dental phobia ratings to find your ideal dentist.
Dermal fillers and Botox have been on the market for a number of years but only recently have they become easily available; with many dental practitioners offer these treatments. Ask your dentist if he or she is trained to use Botox and dermal fillers.
Many of these treatments and procedures such as Invisalign, Botox and veneers are only available from private practices and are not provided by the NHS. The price band for general dentistry treatments also differs between the two groups.
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